Puerto Ricos Struggle By The Numbers

Puerto Ricos Struggle By The Numbers

Since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico as a category 4 storm, the U.S. island has strugged severely. Around 1.5 million people are still without drinking water, 97% of the island is without including 58 out of 69 hospitals, and the damages from the storm are estimated to total from $40-85 billion.  Sep 29, 2017
Infrared footage shows Vanuatu volcano erupting

Infrared footage shows Vanuatu volcano erupting

Infrared footage released by the Royal New Zealand Air Force shows the Monaro volcano on Vanuatus Ambae island erupting on September 26. A recent increase in activity had stoked fears that a bigger eruption was on the way, prompting thousands of people to flee their homes. Sep 28, 2017
Mass brawl breaks out in Ugandan parliament

Mass brawl breaks out in Ugandan parliament

Lawmakers could be seen exchanging punches and kicks in the Kampala parliament on 27 September, over a fiercely a disputed move to change the constitution and allow long serving President Yoweri Museveni to stay in power. 73-year-old Museveni will soon pass the age cap in the Ugandan constitution, but MPs are now hoping to remove that and allow him to seek re-election in the 2021 vote. This is the second day in a row that MPs have fought in parliament over the issue. Sep 28, 2017